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  • Couple guilty of animal abuse died in murder-suicide: authorities

    Couple guilty of animal abuse died in murder-suicide: authorities
    Paula and David White, a couple found dead inside a burned out farmhouse last week in Pleasant Prairie, Wis., were self-described hippies running a "no kill" farm that they once hoped would sustain them for the rest of their lives. Instead, both died in...
  • Theater review: 'Joe's NYC Bar' from Beckett Thomas Productions

      Theater review: 'Joe's NYC Bar' from Beckett Thomas Productions
      St. Matthew's Tavern, an Orlando watering hole, is hosting the latest installment of "Joe's NYC Bar," the topical play first performed at the 2001 Orlando Fringe Festival. But the unusual "theater" is not the only thing that sets "Joe's" apart from...
  • Petit Trois, Goin, Narvaez and Taymor lead L.A.'s Beard nominees

    Petit Trois, Goin, Narvaez and Taymor lead L.A.'s Beard nominees
    Southern California chefs and restaurants earned nominations for seven major honors in the 2015 James Beard Foundation Restaurant and Chef Awards announced Tuesday. Petit Trois is one of five finalists for the best new restaurant. Other nominees include...
  • Pairing vibrant wines with a pesto pasta recipe

     Pairing vibrant wines with a pesto pasta recipe
    Those who don't eat meat, or other non-vegetable protein such as fish or cheese, may feel slighted by the wine and food pairing club. You don't hear much about chardonnay with chard or peas with pinot. But the elements in foods and food preparations...
  • Naperville mayor to step down after five terms

    Naperville mayor to step down after five terms
    Naperville Mayor George Pradel was running late. On the other side of the bustling western suburb, leaders of a nonprofit children's home had a BLT sandwich and Coke waiting for their esteemed guest, who was scheduled to tour a new wing he helped raise...
  • Chicago music venues in tune with diners

    Chicago music venues in tune with diners
    Like movie theaters, sporting events or any other sort of location that promises entertainment, music venues have gotten a bad rap as being places of mediocre or nonexistent dining options. The choice has historically been simple: Enjoy a palatable meal...
  • Beer and dodgeball unite at Lager Beer Riot Fundraiser

    Beer and dodgeball unite at Lager Beer Riot Fundraiser
    Some Chicagoans have always taken Sunday drinking seriously, especially our city's hardworking ancestors. April 21 marks the 160th anniversary of the Lager Beer Riot of 1855, when police clashed with protesters, unhappy over a reinstated ordinance...
  • Rep. Jay Roberts hospitalized after chest pains

    Georgia state Rep. Jay Roberts, R-Ocilla, chairman of the powerful House Transportation Committee, experienced a "health issue" Monday and was taken to an Atlanta area hospital for tests. Kaleb McMichen, press secretary to House Speaker David Ralston,...
  • 3 die in wreck after Duplin County nightclub shooting

    Authorities say three people killed in a Duplin County wreck were speeding away from a nightclub shooting where one of the people in the car was wounded in the foot. Deputies told media outlets that the crashed happened about 9 miles east of Wallace...
  • Barley Fork opening successful so far

    Barley Fork opening successful so far
    The Barley Fork restaurant and pub in downtown Yorkville is in its third week, and business has been growing steadily, according to its manager. James McNamara said the restaurant has "gotten busier in the last few weeks, and we have gone from...
  • James Corden on his 'The Late Late Show' debut: 'Our job is to have fun'

    James Corden on his 'The Late Late Show' debut: 'Our job is to have fun'
    In the Los Angeles Times' Sunday Calendar section this week, I interviewed James Corden, who Monday night (or early Tuesday morning) begins his new job as host of CBS' "The Late Late Show." He's only the fourth person to occupy the job since its debut...